Slice of SciFi #50: Chat with The Enterprise Blues Band

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L to R: William Jones, Casey Biggs, Richard Herd, Vaughn Armstrong and Steve Rankin

Dark Kingdom Contest Winners: Congratulations to Slice of SciFi listeners H. R. Tucker (Grand Prize Winner), Michael Tiernan, and Chris Cioffi

News Bytes:

  • Richard Kind slated to return to Stargate galaxy in SG-1
  • Bruce Campbell dishes Evil Dead news to Penny Blood
  • Octavia E. Butler Memorial Fund established by Carl Brandon Society

Movie Talk:

  • Shrek the Third production underway for Dreamworks
  • The Piano Tuners of the Earthquakes, the first live film by the Quay Brothers, debuts at the Tribeca Film Festival in April

TV Talk:

  • Spike TV greenlights Blade pilot plus eleven episodes, premiering June 28, 2006
  • A new Ori appears on Stargate SG-1′s Season 10

Interview: Star Trek actors Vaughn Armstrong, Casey Biggs, Steve Rankin, and Richard Herd comprise the Enterprise Blues Band, talk to Mike and Evo about playing music for Star Trek fans.

Future Talk: What’s Coming Up?

  • New Line acquires Disappearance of Trout, but no production info is available as yet
  • Paramount acquires Stoneheart, based on an unfinished trilogy by Charlie Fletcher

Music: “Mercury in Retrograde” by The Reverse Engineers

Listener comments: If you have any suggestions or comments, please let us know. (Our Voicemail Number: 206-339-TREK). We’ve got plenty of voicemail from fans to listen and respond to, but you’ll hear that in a fresh, separate show.

Comments

  1. Brian Bosworth was in the first telemovie for Lex, as an Astral-B heretic who has the key to the Lex as I recall.

  2. Not all Germans listen(ed) to David Hasselhoff! There are some of us, that do have a good taste in music. Enough said.

    Great show :)

    Nina

  3. TallGirl says:

    Just thought ya’d like to know:
    The Watchmen is on IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0409459/

    I had no idea!
    By the way, V for Vendetta rocked me like 1984 (both versions) did.

    And, isn’t saying “Snakes on a plane!” the same as saying “what can you do about it”? Like in, there’s nothing that you can do about it.
    Just wondering.

  4. Be listening to next week’s show for the story about “The Watchmen.”

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